The 7th Joint Meeting of Nomisma.org and ECFN 2018

   PRESENTATION          VENUE          PROGRAMME          TRANSPORT AND ACCOMMODATION          REGISTRATION FORM     



Thursday 3rd May


13:30
Registration

14:00
Opening

14:00
Welcome
Helena Bonet  |  Museu de Prehistòria de València
Pere Pau Ripollès Alegre  |  Universitat de València

14:15
Introduction
David Wigg-Wolf  |  Römisch-Germanische Kommission

14:30
Presentation of ARCH Project
Frédérique Duyrat  |  Bibliothèque nationale de France
Andrew Meadows  |  University of Oxford
Pere Pau Ripollès  |  Universitat de València

15:00
Data Quality Fingerprints in Nomisma.org Linked Open Data  
Karsten Tolle  |  Goethe-University

15:10
Corpus Nummorum Thracorum. Problems of typology
Ulrike Peter  |  Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften

15:30
Data management for the MIB project with NUMISDATA  
Manuel Gozalbes  |  Museu de Prehistòria de València

15:50
A short update on OSCAR (Online Swiss Coin Archive)  
Christian Weiss  |  Swiss National Museum

16:00
Coffee

16:30
Workshop on the R Statistics Package
Kris Lockyear  |  University College London

Workshop on OpenRefine
Ethan Gruber  |  American Numismatic Society

17:30
Workshop on the R Statistics Package
Kris Lockyear  |  University College London

Workshop on OpenRefine
Ethan Gruber  |  American Numismatic Society


Friday 4th May


09:00
The PAS in 2018: What next? 09:00 The PAS in 2018: What next? 
Andrew Brown  |  The British Museum

09:20
Studying and preserving numismatic heritage: the CyReNe-Project 
Alessandro Cattaneo  |  Università degli Studi di Padova

09:40
Digital visibility of numismatic contributions to Research projects: DeAtlanTir and CVB 
Alicia Arévalo |  Universidad de Cádiz
Elena Moreno  |  Universidad de Cádiz

10:00
New developements in the project KENOM  
Mario Schlapke | Thüringisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie

10:10
NUMISDATA: management, research and publishing system for numismatic heritage 
Juan Francisco Onielfa Veneros  |  Render
Alejandro Peña Carbonell  |  Render 

10:30
The NUMiD project  
Karsten Dahmen  |  Münzkabinett, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

10:40
The oldest coin hoard from Denmark - a presentation  
Helle Horsnæs  |  Nationalmuseet

10:50
Q & A

11:00
Coffee

11:30
Hoards as a primary historical source - Based on the example of the Emona and Čentur hoards  
Leilani Štajer  |  University of Ljubljana

11:40
The Iberian mint of ltirta. Hoards and coin findings between III-I Centuries BC.  
Jose Manuel Torregrosa Yago  |  Universitat de València

11:50
Project Finds of Roman Coins in Poland and connected with Pl. Małopolska Team. Whatever happened to gold coins and other questions 
Jarosław Bodzek  |  Jagiellonian University

12:10
Some considerations about grave coin finds in the territory of Slovenia  
Alenka Miškec  |  National museum of Slovenia

12:20
The Coin Hoards of the Roman Empire project (CHRE): 11,313 hoards and counting! Recent progress and linked data 
Marguerite Spoerri Butcher  |  Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Cristian Gazdac  |  Romanian Academy, Institute of archaeology and Art History Cluj-Napoca

12:40
Tomares Hoard, Planning and Program for the Research  
Ana D. Navarro  |  Museo Arqueológico de Sevilla

12:50
Coin finds in "La Casa dels peixos" a domus in Saguntum  
Tomás Hurtado Mullor  |  Universitat de València

13:00
EMC: New developments 
Martin Allen  |  Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

13:20
Q & A

13:30
Lunch break

14:30
Introduction to Nomisma.org
Questions and answers on Nomisma.org
Andrew Meadows  |  University of Oxford
David Wigg-Wolf  |  Römisch-Germanische Kommission

14:30
Nomisma.org working groups meetings

15:00
NUMISDATA group meeting

15:00
Free visit to the Museum: History of Money Room

18:30
Nomisma.org plenary session (only for nomisma groups)

20:00
Dinner for speakers and invited guests



Saturday 5th May


09:00
Photographing Coins  09:00 Photographing Coins  
Ulrich Werz  |  Niedersächsisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

09:10
IIIF, Web Annotation, and Numismatics  
Ethan Gruber  |  American Numismatic Society

09:20
Converting Germany’s Roman Coin Finds to LOD - an exemplary workflow for the FMRD project
Timo Kissinger | Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur - Mainz

09:30
Rethinking French numismatics : terminology, typology, nomisma  
Florence Codine  |  Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes

09:40
Representation of Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus and their targeted audience 
Martin Baer  |  Universität Wien, Institut für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte

10:00
Julio-Claudian Coin Hoards from Hispaniae. Problems, Method of Work and Digital Dissemination 
David Martínez Chico  |  Universitat de València

10:10
The Sardinia website. Coin finds in Terralba area  
Pere Pau Ripollès  |  Universitat de València

10:20
I.Num.Sic. A new project on coin epigraphy  
Mariangela Puglisi  |  Università degli Studi di Messina
Jonathan Prag  |  Merton College, University of Oxford

10:30
Unification of databases: difficulties and solutions/suggestions. A practical case, Museo Casa de la Moneda  
José María Pérez García  |  Museo Casa de la Moneda

10:40
Q & A

11:00
Coffee

11:30
Iberian numismatics in context 
Paula Granados  |  The Open University

11:50
VINDONISSA re-visited   
Rahel C. Ackermann  |  Swiss Inventory of Coin Finds

12:00
Tokens and Token Moulds in Roman Ostia 
Clare Rowan  |  The University of Warwick

12:20
Recent developments and future challenges in studying ancient and Byzantine weights (Pondera Online)  
Lysiane Delanaye  |  Université catholique de LouvainCharles Doyen  |  FNRS / UCLouvain

12:30
Barbarian coinage: the online corpus of the Visigoths 
Ruth Pliego  |  Institute for Advanced Study - Paris

12:50
Use of ancient coins in East-Central Europe in the medieval and modern periods - a new numismatic project  
Arkadiusz Dymowski  |  University of Warsaw

13:00
The New Material Evidence of the Umayyad Conquest of Hispania, 711-756. The Leads Seals 
Tawfiq Ibrahim  |  Real Academia de la Historia

13:10
Q & A

13:20
Final discussion and future plans

13:30
Lunch
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